Bravo and E! are the latest networks from the NBCUniversal stable to launch apps for Roku players and integrated Roku TVs, marking an expansion of NBCU’s TV Everywhere efforts.
Those authenticated apps – Bravo Now and E! Now – allow pay TV subs to stream full seasons of shows from those networks, as well as current and past episodes of a variety of originals.
On the Bravo end, that includes Vanderpump Rules, Top Chef, The Real Housewives franchise, and, starting this fall, the ability to catch up on Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce.
On E! Now, the app offers access to series and shows such as Total Divas, I Am Cait, and Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry. Keeping Up with the Kardashians will be available to Roku users soon after its April launch, and season four of Rich Kids of Beverly Hills will be available in early May.
“Bravo Now and E! Now offer passionate fans some of the best – and undeniably most addictive – programming wherever and whenever they want, and we’re happy to make it available to Roku customers,” said Dina Juliano, NBCU’s SVP of consumer product strategy, TV Everywhere, said in a statement. “This launch underscores our commitment to enhancing the digital experience for our networks’ subscribers and further connecting audiences with NBCUniversal’s beloved TV brands.”
Other NBCU brands and channels with apps on Roku include NBC, NBC News, USA, NBCSN, and CNBC.
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